Using religion to brutalize other people is not a Muslim invention, nor is it foreign to the American experience.
Hollywood adaptations don't come close to the transgressive diversity of the genre.
Blogging allowed writers to say anything about anything at any time—and offered the temptation to project unrelenting certainty. But The Daily Dish showed the medium's higher potential.
After an eight-year separation, Marvel seems to be hinting at a reunion for Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson—who embody what a healthy, mature marriage looks like.
All nations like to begin the story with the chapter that most advantages them.
Does believing the police are constantly under fire serve a productive function for society?
Talking about "police reform" obscures the task. Today's policies are, at the very least, the product of democratic will.
It is impossible to avoid the conclusion that black lives didn't matter much at all to the magazine.
Violence works. Nonviolence does too.
Why is no one talking about American-on-American crime?
Declining to seriously reckon with the rape allegations against him is reckless. And I was once reckless.
A history of respectability politics, from the postbellum period to today
America's entire history is marked by the state imposing unfreedom on a large swath of the African American population.
The geography of America would be unrecognizable today without the race-based social engineering of the mid-20th century.
Black people: America's premier outlaw class
Is the current prison system really intended as a way to control black people, or is something more nuanced at work?
Jordan Davis's mother, Lucia McBath, reflects on the guilty verdict in his murderer's trial.
The case for reparations: a narrative bibliography
It is one thing to understand someone whom you know and speak with regularly. It's still another to understand a stranger.
What does it mean to be a black woman and consider tying yourself to a black man living in contemporary America?